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cheap. We actually sell fine goods cheap all the time and now they are being sold so yon can lay in your supplies for a whole year and you will never get such an opportunity again. # New Spring ana Summer Goods m all departments. Come and see for yourself. 428 CENTRAL AVE. ONLY STANDARD MAKES. Scbloss Clothing. Society Brand Clothing. Earl & Wilson Shirts. American Hosiery Co. Underwear. Lord & Taylor’s Onyx Hosiery. Stetson Hats. Wilson Bros. Furnishings. Semi-Annual Actual Cost Sale Continues All Month This is the largest Stock we have ever Watch Our Show Windows had on hand at Sale time xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I YXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX New Citizens Bank Bldg. WILL BE BUILT WITH HORNER’S ASH-GROVE CEMENT We Handle LIME, CEMENT, ACME OR TEX AS PLASTER, PLASTER PARIS, KEENE CEMENT, TILING OF ALL KINDS OR SIZES, AND Crushed Rock XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX(XXXX> xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx* Oh,that Heat! All heat and ordinary Irrita tions of the akin can be relieved with a good borated talcum, used after the bath. Take a peep at Weimar’s show window and you will see the right kinds with the right prices. Je^gen’s Delorme of Violet and Rose in pound cans for 25c; Oriental 10c.. And many other nice kinds of Talcum from which to select your choice. We are also agents for Nun nally’s fine candies and "Star of (Italy Brand” Olive Oil, the best oil ever produced few medicinal and table uses. If it is too hot Phone 337 and we will deliver the goods. Henry Weimar Prescription Druggist. 112 Central Avenue. Phone 337. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx# DoloT FAIL TQ vlsrr Observation Tower On Hot Springs Mountain. IfS Fll> Hlffc. Contains 248 tans of stool. Splindld ilm lir sirrlii. Sin iisj pidi stair*|f Affords i mig nifiomi ?i« if Hit Springs tud Cmtril Arkmsis •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx* KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* Prompt Ambulance Service X TELEPHONE 403. £ RMcCAFFERTY I UNDERTAKER 5*0 OUACHITA AVENUE. HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS * xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx* MAJESTIC PHARMACY BEA8LEY DRUG CO., Proprietor*. In Majectlc Hotel, BATHING OUTFITS DRUGGISTS' OUTFIT8 Preicrlptlon* Delivered to Y^pur Door. A. D. SHAW, M. D. J. B. SHAW, M.D. Phone Re*. 107 Phone Re*. 1983 Drs. Shaw & Shaw RESIDENT PHYSICIANS Call* answered at any hour day or night. OFFICE 82« 1-2 CENTRAL AVENUE. Office Phone 108. XXXXXX ►xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx# i Personals i ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi Miss Kitty Mooney has gone to Heldston, Ark., on a visit to relatives. Miss Mary Kloethe has returned rom St. Louis, where she had been Tending the spring montlis. Mrs. Arthur Holland and children lav* gone to Marshall, Tex., where hey will visit for several weeks. P. C. Peters and daughter of Mon oe, La., are in the city, and guestk >f the Crescent hotel on Prospect ivenue. Lon Carpenter, constable of Hot Springs township, left yesterday for ■iouston, Tex., where he is interested n some large contracts. Ladies of the St. Mary's Catholic church will give a cake sale at the Colonial Drug Store Saturday, June 15th. 6-13-3t INFANT CHILD IS FOUND IN WOODS THEN IS LOST AGAIN, AND PROB ABLY LEFT IN THE MOUNT AINS TO DIE OF WAT, Most Distressing Story Recited by Children Picking Berries on Mountain Which Police Are Working Hard to Solve. A little bit of an infant child, white, and crying mercifully in its infantile way for help and succor, lies aban doned on the Sugar Loaf Mountain this morning, according tt> a story told by a party of small boys return ing yesterday afternoon late from a berry picking trip. The boys reside at 328 Walnut Btreet, and had been picking huckle berries during the day. They were tired and on their way home just as dark was coming on when they heard a cry, and went to investigate They found, so they say, an infant white child, probably not but a few days or weeks at best, of age, and probably which had been laid there dulling the afternoon. There was no one about, and the boyB were frightened, so they has tened home to make the report. The parents notified the police depart ment, and soon half a dozen officers, headed by Davis, l-aughlin, Young, Walz and others in the party, were tramping over the mountains looking for the little one. Darkness had come on, and the men used lanterns and torches but could not find the child. The boys who had seen the infant accompan ied the offlders, but they could not locate the place in the dark, and about midnight the hunt was partially abandoned, it being apparent that there was little progress being made. Just how the whole thing origi nated, w'ho the parties were respon "Schlitz m Brown Bottles lias a full, line flavor wkicli brings to you tke taste of tlie barley and the hops. It has the sparkle and life due to a perfect yeast. The freedom lrom germs shows careful sterilization. It does not cause biliousness or fer ment in your stomach, as it is properly aged before leaving the brewery. The Brown Bottle insures absolute protection against the i • cc C 1' 1 damaging ejueets oi light. Telephone 188 Mario Soncini 824 Central Ave. /Jot Springs, Ark. That Made Milwaukee famous sible for the abandonment, and whether the story the boys told was wholly true, is what the police are working on now. The officers be lieve the story, and are bending their efforts to locate the child. ^ GARLAND COUNTY TEACHER’S INSTITUTE LAST SESSION OF BUSY WEEK IS BEING HELD TODAY AT HIGH SCHOOL. The Garland County Teachers’ In stitute will hold its last session in' the high school building today, after a most enjoyable and edifying meet ing of five days. The teachers will be addressed today by Rev. French Thompson. Visitors are welcome and a large attendance Is expected. The program will last from 8 o’clock in the morning until noon. A very rare treat was given the teachers yesterday when Rev. Percy Cross delivered one of the finest ad dresses ever made before them. He took for hte subject "The Evolution of Education,” and paid a very high tribute to the part played by the He brews In giving the world its highest system of education, which he con sidered superior to that of the Greeks and Romans. He showed that the Bible is the best basis of all educa tion and strongly urged that it should be read in the public schools because he claimed it contains the best of all literature, is the greatest and best force in civilization, that no ed ucation is complete without it and that it is the source of morality and ethics. He hopes to see the day when the ipublic schools, especially t the high schools, temples of learning for par ents as well as children, and be kept open at night for the instruction of the former by lectures of parent and community interest along the lines of sexology, eugenics, euthenics, manual training, domestic science, literature and cultural subjects. He paid great tribute to the ad vancement women are making in ed ucational lines, calling attention to the small proportion of boys graduat ed from our high schools compared to the girls. He paid high tribute to the Chica go schools and said they owed much of the efficiency and progressiveness to the fact that they have a woman at their head. This reference to Mrs. Ella Flagg Young was one which was appreciat ed by all who know that the school board of Chicago have elected and re-elected this woman to the position of superintendent of the Chicago city schools because of her fitness and that they rest easier than ever be fore in the belief that all will be well with the schools. It is one of tne ways in wiircu schools arc some times taken out of politics. Mr. Cross received quite an ovation at the close of masterly address and the appreciation displayed was most gratifying to him. (Mr. Samuel 1* Sampson, manager of the Magnolia State Agricultural College, gave an invaluable illustrated lecture on agriculture, a study of which is being pursued In all southern states, as that Is our leading indus try. Arkansas rural schools ha/e this branch of learning in their cur rleulum. Mr. J. L. McConnell contributed largely to the success of the lesson on agriculture by a practical talk. The program was opened by Bible reading and prayer, conducted by Prof. 0. A. Schotts. This was fol lowed by ‘‘Theory and Practice of Teaching,” also conducted by -Mr. iSchotts, assisted by Misses Cora Boy ton, Bush, Pearl Hawley and Nancy H. Connelly. Miss Boyton conducted “Reading,” assisted by Misses Bush, and Fannie Connelly. One of the best “Grammar” papers read in the institute was by Miss Frances Smith. A rousing meeting is expected to day. BATTLE IS REPORTED. Italians Said to Have Routed Turk* and Arabs. Washington, June 13.—A. dispatch received today by the Italian ambassa dor (here announced that the Italian farces had. been attacked yesterday by the Turks and Arabs. The Italians, commanded by General Relsolli, made a counter attack, succeeded in turn ing the enemies’ flank, and gaining a position in the rear. The Turkish and Arab forces were completely routed and fled in confusion, leaving their I dead behind . REPARE for them today by putting all your valuables in our safety deposit vaults. Absolute safety against fire, thieves or any other calamity. Access to our vaults at any time. Come in and let us show you around. :: :: :: :: :: Arkansas Trust Company Cockburn Ostrich Farm See the Baby Ostrich BIG BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, FOR A Live Stone and Building Contractor I am offering for sale or lease my QUARRY AND ROCK CRUSHING PLANT, on Ramble Street. This quarry has a fine bed of Arkansas Oil Stone that can be mined without any cost, from the fact that all stone, taken out not suitable for shipping can be crushed and sold in the city for concrete work at a net profit over all expense. This crushed stone has no superior for roofing and concrete work. There is stone, in this quarry having all the colors of the rainbow, that could be sold at a fancy price for ornamental work.. Special Advantages of Quarry and Plant: Its Accessability Low Cost of Operating Oil Stone of Fine Quality Crushed Stone for Concrete. Work and Roofing Rainbow Colors for Ornamental Work. For full information call or write to R. L. MILLSAPS, Hot Springs, Ark. 726 Central Avenue.